Keep that battery going! Pokemon GO power banks

Keep that battery going! Pokemon GO power banks

Good morning everyone! Before we put out the PokeWOD for today, we wanted to go over something that could lower our success as a master Pokemon trainer: your cell phone dying! 

Imagine this: you finally find your favorite Pokemon after searching for days, possibly even weeks…but your cell phone is almost dead! Some of us have already discovered that you completely lose track of time when doing a little Pokemon hunting. This means that your battery life goes right out the window.

How can we make sure that battery stays full charged and ready to catch em’ all? With low price Pokemon GO power banks of course!

Let’s take a look at a few we found on Amazon

EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank


This little guys costs right at around $40 dollars and is worth every penny . The “Monster” can charge an iPhone 6 7.5 times, a Samsung S6 5 times or an iPad Mini 3 2 times. It can also charge 4 devices at the same time, you and all your friends can share a power bank for those emergency situations.

With a rugged design and LED flashlight, the “Monster” is perfect for catching Pokemon while camping, hiking, or just around town. Find it here.

EasyAcc 2nd Gen. 10000mAh Power Bank


This charger is exactly half of the first charger that we took a look at. It holds 3.5 full charges for an iPhone 6, 2.5 charges for a Samsung Galaxy S6, and can cahrge an iPad Air 1 time. The “Power Bank” only has 2 USB ports, but sells for only $20. Find it here.

Anker PowerCore+ mini 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable Charger


This pint sized charger doesn’t have the power of the ones that we have looked at so far, but it is completely worth $11. Perfect for those emergency Pokemon GO situations, this lipstick – sized power supply can charge an iPhone 6 one time and almost give one full charge to a Galaxy S6. This should be the Pokemon GO power bank that ever trainer keeps handy! Guess what? It’s on sale on Amazon for $11! (Normally around $20)

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4 thoughts on “Keep that battery going! Pokemon GO power banks

  1. Will wearing a power bank be bad for your body while running?
    I’ve thought about buying one. (The following one: It’s 13.44 ounce, which is 0.38 kg.)

    I could perhaps buy a running belt so the power bank sits right in the middle of my body and not at the side.
    Would this be OK or should I go for a lighter power bank altogether?

    Also, if a running belt is a good idea: should I have the power bank on the front or back side of the body?

    And finally, great site! Love the ideas!

    1. That looks like a pretty good little power bank. I don’t think that it would be bad for your body at all if you had it in a ruck or a running belt. As far as position goes, I would put it in the front so that you can still do push-ups, flutter kicks, situps, etc…

      I’m glad that you like the site buddy!

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